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. not just on the federal level but the local and state level as well. >> state senator nina turner. i just want to pass on. i just happened to have been in north carolina and i had a small business own eric african-american in his 40s say you're going to have state senator turn owner, you tell her all of us here at north carolina think that she ought to run for not the state senate but the senate in ohio. so i don't know what a north carolina voter is going to do for you by i'm passing that on from chico williams that he's proud of what you're doing in ohio. >> thank you, professor and johnny williams. >> he took those beautiful pictures of those ohio billboards. >>> up next, what you need to know to cast your vote. ♪ [ dog barking ] ♪ [ female announcer ] life is full of little tests, but your basic paper towel can handle them. especially if that towel is bounty basic. the towel that's durable and scrubbable. in this lab demo, bounty basic is stronger than the leading bargain brand. everyday life. bring it with bounty basic. affordably priced. tested by everyday life. and try bounty n
't ideological at all. sometimes the group that benefits a local library is a 501(c)(3). it's charitable organization. a c-4 can spend in elections. because there are so many wealthy donors and corporations on the right, this election cycle to defeat president obama, they are pouring money into these groups that don't have disclose -- >> that $74 million spent in opposition to the president with only $5.1 million spent in opposition to governor romney, it isn't because of a law issue, it's because of an actual resource. >> we saw the same disparate in 2004 when president bush and there was a very strong opposition to president bush. >> we say if you want to know, follow the money. you a strategy for following the money. >> we brought all the money. >> i'm looking at the table now which looks like apparently we're going to go down to florida to a strip club afterward. that's not what's going on here. explain what's going on with this money on the table. >> you know, corporations and the wealthiest .01% of the country are making their money talk by giving gobs of its to politicians expecti
. i volunteered. went to school in ohio. i wanted to play a part in doing local tutoring, et cetera. that made me a part of my community. secondly, we benefit local businesses in community. we create jobs. and thirdly, and perhaps most importantly, the u.s. census counts for student populations. so if you are in ohio state, the 50,000 people who go to ohio state who are students there nine months of the year, the community is getting federal and statewide dollars for that money. so they are reaping the benefits of students going there, yet they're saying that they're infiltrating infiltrating infiltrating or diluting votes. it's nonsense. >> we're talking about the top of the ballot. it's one thing if you're talking about the school board race or city council race. when you're talking about the top of the ballot, the presidency, then the idea that there's a dilution of american citizens voting for the american president is only because we have this archaic system of the electoral college, right, which changes state by state, the value of your vote. the real issue is students in swin
for local campaigns. do you take -- did you link a candidate like michele bachmann to a national set of issues or do you stay just on the local? >> one thing you have on do when dealing with an extremist, and history goes back to when david duke ran for governor of louisiana years ago, it can't just be about extremism. we have to connect it back to the most meaningful issues of how it impacts your schools and the economy. you have to make it broader than just this person is too extreme. and you have to make a case that they're wildly out of touch. we talked about hypocrisy earlier and one race i'm involved in, there's a blow life, pro family tea party congressman in tennessee, and he's the one who is pro-life with his wife, but pro-choice with his mistress. and this sort of hypocrisy where he was recorded in a conversation trying to talk a mistress into getting an abortion. so you see the same thing with michele bachmann. the hypocrisy and the disconnect between where the electorate is on important issues and this extreme partisan view that she promotes in washington. >> jim, you wer
and other americans is really important. you know, it's step by step at the local and state level. in places where i think at the local level there is a lot more willingness to embrace those individuals because they're part of the community. and there isn't that other -- i'm not saying that it's all love and kisses everywhere. >> right. make it look like yes, it's a campaign. >> there is that less of a sense of otherness if you're working with the person in the community, if they're a parent of a kid in your school. and so i think starting at that level does make a difference. frankly, the local and state level is where people sort of cut their teeth in terms of national office. >> chloe, i'm interested in how race or ethnic identity ends up laying on top of the immigrant identity. in part, because if i look at you, you don't look like an immigrant. in part, because the language of immigration has come to mean all these other racialized elements. when you think about this, obviously immigrants from european countries have long been at the front and center of american politics. >> what i thin
and that the local candy store does, in fact, sell the china tea set that frances wanted for $2.07. frances walks to the store. what do you think she sees? that's right. that wreched thelma using her money to buy the china tea set that she wanted, but frances won't go down without a fight. she goes home and places one penny in the plastic sugar bowl. then she calls up thelma who immediately he tells her no backsies, but frances says, okay, then i'm going to keep what's in the sugar bowl. thelma asks her what is it? what's in the sugar bowl? frances says, never mind, no backsies and hangs up. sure enough, thelma calls back not remembering what's in the tea set. thelma guess a few things, but frances tells her no backsies, so she doesn't have to tell her in the sugar bowl. frances offers a new deal. give her back the money and thelma can have back the plastic tea set. thelma is caught. she admits that she can't give back the money because she bought the new tea set, the one that frances wanted all along. they strike a new bargain. thelma gives frances the china tea set, and even the extra dime. you
that they barely merit a mention in the local press or when it's the president's hometown of chicago, maybe it might get a mention in a presidential debate. this city, chicago, marked a grim milestone at the start of this month. on monday morning, october 1st, chicago woke up of the city's 400th homicide in the year. that's a 25% increase from the same time last year. for all these reasons and for, nina gonzalez's question set the perfect tone in the presidential debate. it's also why the response from the republican candidate struck us as appallingly tone deaf. because mitt romney's response to all of those in search a solution was to tell single mothers to go in search of a husband. we're going to try to do better than that when we come back. [ female announcer ] caroline penry began using olay total effects in 2001. and one wedding, 2 kids, 43 bottles of olay total effects many birthdays later, still looks amazing. thanks to the trusted performance of olay. still looks amazing. you're not just looking for a by house. eyes you're looking for a place for your life to happen. military famil
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